Plan of Book 1
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  1. 1. Plan of Book 1 Titles/Topics Speaking Grammar UNIT 1 PAGES 2-7 Please call me Beth. Introducing yourself; introducing Wh-questions and statements with Introductions and greetings; someone; checking information; be; questions: what, where, who, names; countries and nationalities exchanging personal information; and how; yes/no questions and saying hello and good-bye short answers with be; subject UNIT 2 PAGES 8-13 pronouns; possessive adjectives How do you spend your day? Describing work and school; Simple present Wh-questions and Jobs, workplaces, and school; asking for and giving opinions; statements; question: when; time daily schedules; clock time describing daily schedules expressions: at, in, on, around, early, late, until, before, and after PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 14-15 UNIT 3 PAGES 16-21 How much is it? Talking about prices; giving Demonstratives: this, that, these, Shopping and prices; clothing and opinions; discussing preferences; those; one and ones; questions: personal items; colors and materials making comparisons; buying and how much and which; comparisons selling things with adjectives UNIT 4 PAGES 22-27 Do you like rap? Talking about likes and dislikes; Yes/no and Wh-questions with do; Music, movies, and TV programs; giving opinions; making question: what kind; object entertainers; invitations and invitations and excuses pronouns; modal verb would; excuses; dates and times verb + to + verb PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 28-29 UNIT 5 PAGES 30-35 Tell me about your family. Talking about families and family Present continuous yes/no and Wh- Families; typical families members; exchanging information questions, statements, and short about the present; describing answers; quantifiers: all, nearly all, family life most, many, a lot of, some, not many, UNIT 6 PAGES 36-41 a few, and few; pronoun: no one How often do you exercise? Asking about and describing Adverbs of frequency: always, Sports, fitness activities, and routines and exercise; talking almost always, usually, often, exercise; routines about frequency; discussing sometimes, hardly ever, almost sports and athletes; talking never, and never; questions: how about abilities often, how long, how well, and how good; short answers PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 42-43 UNIT 7 PAGES 44-49 We had a great time! Talking about past events; giving Simple past yes/no and Free-time and weekend activities; opinions about past experiences; Wh-questions, statements, and chores; vacations talking about vacations short answers with regular and irregular verbs; past of be UNIT 8 PAGES 50-55 What’s your neighborhood like? Asking about and describing There is/there are; one, any, and Stores and places in a city; locations of places; asking about some; prepositions of place; neighborhoods; houses and and describing neighborhoods; quantifiers; questions: how many apartments asking about quantities and how much; count and noncount nouns PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 56-57 vi
  2. 2. Pronunciation/Listening Writing/Reading Interchange Activity Linked sounds Writing questions requesting “Getting to know you”: Collecting Listening for names and countries personal information personal information about “What’s in a Name?”: Reading classmates Self-study: Listening for personal information about popular names Syllable stress Writing a biography of a “Common ground”: Finding Listening to descriptions of jobs classmate similarities in classmates’ daily and daily schedules “Why Do You Need a Job?”: schedules Self-study: Listening to a description Reading about people who of a weekly schedule need jobs Sentence stress Writing a comparison of prices in “Flea market”: Buying and selling Listening to people shopping; different countries things listening for items, prices, and “The World’s Online Marketplace™- opinions eBay!”: Reading about online Self-study: Listening to people shopping discussing clothing options Intonation in questions Writing a text message “What’s the question?”: Writing and Identifying musical styles; listening “Christina Aguilera”: Reading asking questions for likes and dislikes about a famous entertainer Self-study: Listening to people making invitations Intonation in statements Writing an e-mail about family “Family facts”: Finding out Listening for family relationships “The Changing Family”: Reading information about classmates’ about an American family families Self-study: Listening to an interview with a new student Intonation with direct address Writing about favorite activities “Do you dance?”: Finding out about Listening to people talking about “Health and Fitness Quiz”: classmates’ abilities free-time activities; listening to Reading about and taking a quiz descriptions of sports participation Self-study: Listening to a quiz about health and fitness Reduction of did you Writing a postcard “Vacation disasters”: Describing a Listening to descriptions and “Vacation Postcards”: Reading terrible vacation opinions of past events and about different kinds of vacations vacations Self-study: Listening to a police officer interviewing a possible thief Reduction of there is/there are Writing a roommate wanted ad “Neighborhood committee”: Making Listening for locations and “The World in One Neighborhood”: a neighborhood a better place descriptions of places Reading about a New York City Self-study: Listening for locations neighborhood in a neighborhood vii
  3. 3. Titles/Topics Speaking Grammar UNIT 9 PAGES 58-63 What does she look like? Asking about and describing Questions for describing people: Appearance and dress; clothing people’s appearance; identifying What . . . look like, how old, how and clothing styles; people people tall, how long, and what color; modifiers with participles and prepositions UNIT 10 PAGES 64-69 Have you ever ridden a camel? Describing past experiences; Present perfect yes/no and Past experiences; unusual exchanging information about Wh-questions, statements, and activities past experiences and events short answers with regular and irregular past participles; already and yet; present perfect vs. simple PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 70-71 past; for and since UNIT 11 PAGES 72-77 It’s a very exciting place! Asking about and describing Adverbs before adjectives; Cities; hometowns; countries cities; asking for and giving conjunctions: and, but, though, suggestions; talking about travel and however; modal verbs can and tourism and should UNIT 12 PAGES 78-83 It really works! Talking about health problems; Infinitive complements; modal verb Health problems; medication and asking for and giving advice; should for suggestions; modal verbs remedies; products in a pharmacy making requests; asking for and can, could, and may for requests giving suggestions PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 84-85 UNIT 13 PAGES 86-91 May I take your order? Expressing likes and dislikes; So, too, neither, and either; modal Food and restaurants agreeing and disagreeing; verbs would and will for requests ordering a meal UNIT 14 PAGES 92-97 The biggest and the best! Describing countries; making Comparative and superlative forms World geography and facts; comparisons; expressing opinions; of adjectives; questions: how far, countries talking about distances and how big, how high, how deep, how measurements long, how hot, and how cold PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 98-99 UNIT 15 PAGES 100-105 I’m going to a soccer match. Talking about plans; making Future with present continuous and Invitations and excuses; leisure-time invitations; accepting and be going to; messages with tell and activities; telephone messages refusing invitations; giving ask reasons; taking and leaving messages UNIT 16 PAGES 106-111 A change for the better! Exchanging personal information; Describing changes with the present Life changes; plans and hopes for describing changes; talking about tense, the past tense, the present the future plans for the future perfect, and the comparative; verb + infinitive PROGRESS CHECK PAGES 112-113 SELF-STUDY viii
  4. 4. Pronunciation/Listening Writing/Reading Interchange Activity Contrastive stress Writing an e-mail describing “Find the differences”: Comparing Listening to descriptions of people; people two pictures of a party identifying people “Hip-Hop Style”: Reading about Self-study: Listening to descriptions clothing styles of people; identifying styles Linked sounds Writing a letter to an old friend “Lifestyle survey”: Finding out Listening to descriptions of events “Taking the Risk”: Reading about about a classmate’s lifestyle Self-study: Listening to a job unusual or dangerous sports interview; listening to descriptions of experiences Can’t and shouldn’t Writing a magazine article “City guide”: Creating a guide to Listening to descriptions of cities “Greetings from . . . ”: Reading fun places in a city and hometowns; listening for about famous cities incorrect information Self-study: Listening to descriptions of vacation destinations Reduction of to Writing a letter to an advice “Help!”: Playing a board game Listening to health problems and columnist advice “Rain Forest Remedies?”: Reading Self-study: Listening to advice for about natural products as medicine a camping trip Stress in responses Writing a restaurant review “Plan a menu”: Creating a menu Listening to restaurant orders “To Tip or Not to Tip”: Reading of dishes Self-study: Listening to people about tipping customs talking about restaurant orders Questions of choice Writing an article about a country “How much do you know?”: Taking Listening to a TV game show “Things You Can Do to Help the a general knowledge quiz Self-study: Listening to people Environment”: Reading about the discussing Chiang Mai environment Reduction of could you and would Writing unusual favors “Weekend plans”: Finding out about you “Cell Phone Etiquette”: Reading classmates’ weekend plans Listening to telephone messages about cell phone manners Self-study: Listening to telephone messages; identifying errors Vowel sounds /ou/ and /8 / Writing a proposal for a class “My possible future”: Planning a Listening to descriptions of changes party possible future Self-study: Listening to people at “Setting Personal Goals”: Reading a class reunion about goals and priorities ix